Maybe you’ve seen those posts… the one’s where people post on each day of November one thing they are thankful and grateful for. I tried that once. But, life would get in the way or I would forget, then I would find myself posting multiple days gratitude all at once. So, when the Frenzied SLPs decided to put together a “Thankful and Grateful” Blog Hop, I knew that this would be my way of showing my gratitude without having to post each day!
It sounds sappy, but I feel grateful for all that I have in my life…good, bad, and the ugly! I’m not typically an optimistic person, rather I’m a realist. But, I am grateful for so much.
First and foremost is my husband. He has been so supportive through each and every endeavor I take on since the day we met. From getting my doctoral degree, to my private practice, to my blog and TpT store. He supports it all. Words really can’t describe how grateful I am for him!
Next, of course is the rest of my family! I wouldn’t be here without mom and dad. Plus, my little brother and my nephews are always inspiring me to do more.
I am so thankful for the SLP Blogging community! I have made some wonderful friends (too many to name!)and we are supportive of one another. My #SLPBestie (Meredith from Peachie Speechie) is another reason to be grateful. From bouncing ideas off one another to proofing my work, to listening to me rant about my day, I feel lucky to have met such a wonderful friends through this online community.
But, as we are doing a SLP Blog Hop, I think one of the most important things I am thankful for is my followers. Whether you follow my blog, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter I am thankful. My happiness that I feel from Speech to the Core wouldn’t be possible without all of you! Each and every day I strive to create effective tools for SLPs and Teachers to use within classrooms and in their therapy rooms. I hope you will continue on this journey with me! (If you’re not a follower yet, I hope you will become one!)
Wishing each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving!
What are you grateful for?